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Best practices for credit-bearing information literacy courses / edited by Christopher V. Hollister
Chicago : Association of College and Research Libraries, 2010, ©2010
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 4th Floor  ZA3075 .B48 2010    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Information literacy -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States
Information resources -- Evaluation -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- United States
Physical Description ix, 278 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references
Contents History and evolution of credit IL courses in higher education / Sara Holder -- Creating the credit IL course in a university setting / Catherine Cardwell and Colleen Boff -- Nemawashi : integrating the credit information literacy course into a community college curriculum / Charles Keyes and Elizabeth Namei -- Administrative support for librarians teaching for-credit information literacy / Rosalind Tedford and Lauren Pressley -- Integrating the credit information literacy course into a learning community / Catherine Johnson, Thomas Arendall, Michael Shochet, and April Duncan -- Creating a combination IL and English composition course in a college setting / Julie Roberson and Jenny Horton -- Developing an online credit IL course for a freshman writing program in a university setting / Yvonne Mery, Rebecca Blakiston, Elizabeth Kline, Leslie Sult, and Michael Brewer -- Creating a credit IL course for science students / Margeaux Johnson and Sara Russell Gonzalez -- Providing a credit information literacy course for an engineering school / Diana Wheeler, Lia Vellardita, and Amy Kindschi -- Creating required credit IL courses for criminal justice and speech-language pathology programs / Lyda F. Ellis and Stephanie Wiegand -- Creating an online, discipline-specific credit IL course for graduate students / Carolyn Meier -- Using a strategic approach to build coherence and relevance in credit information literacy courses / William Badke -- Integrating current media sources to improve student interest in the credit IL course / Sarah Steiner and M. Leslie Madden -- Incorporating emerging technologies into a first year experience credit IL course / Anne Behler, Daniel Mack, and Emily Rimland -- Leveraging internet communication tools and an audience response system in a credit IL course / Christina Hoffman Gola -- Using video gaming and videoconferencing in a credit IL course / Karen Munro and Annie Zeidman-Karpinski -- Using collaborative learning in a credit IL course / Bonnie Imler -- The motivation triangle : affecting change in student learning in credit IL courses by examining the student, the course content, and the teacher / Nancy Wootton Colborn -- Using constructivism to engage students in an online credit IL course / Penny Bealle -- Assessing student learning in a credit IL course / Tiffany Walsh
Alternate Author Hollister, Christopher Vance

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